Alicia Gutierrez advocates for healthy communities through her work in health education, research, and promotion. In her current role, she supports and delivers training and facilitation activities for the CDC-funded national COVID-19 Virtual Training program.
She completed her bachelor’s degree in Public Health from California State University, Sacramento where she served as Vice President of the Public Health Club. There she worked closely with public health professors on various projects to support the student body. Alicia interned at Dignity Health in 2020. Ms. Gutierrez is a first-generation college graduate whose loving family supports her passion for making a positive impact in the public health field.